This is so clever. I already own a capsule maker and a Cuisinart so I am just a step away from making these vitamin packed super pills. Why not try drying fish roe as well? In Weston Prices's book Nutrition and Physical degeneration he learned that the indians in the Himalayan mountains would travel from their mountain top homes to secure fish eggs at the sea shore, dry them and then bring them back to the village. The village women ate them with relish for ensuring better pregnancies and overall health. Fish eggs are known to be high in vit. D, and zinc which is very important for someone in my shoes who can not eat beef or dairy.
|from Butter Nutrition|
|From Gutsy: Nourishing food for a Happy Gut|
Another brilliant idea! What a great way to save all the greens from your garden and have fresh green all year round.
|From Nourished Kitchen|
Homemade crackers! Rawazing has many brilliant recipes for cacklers. And that dip sounds amazing too!
Then there are the recipes you most likely have heard of and think of often when you think about dehydrated foods. Fruit leathers, dried fruits, vegetable chips, and beef jerky.
|From Thank Your Body|
|From Playful Learning|
|From The Food Lovers Kitchen (Paleo)|
|From Coconut Mamma|
|From Raw Voila'|